& Beyond the Valley (LE-23J-08PR)
P. paints this picture of a waiting woman in watercolor and PINN
transforms into counted cross stitch pattern. The gloomy garden
background provokes solitude though serenity, the great happiness
of all. We can see from her smile that the woman is happy in her
waiting. Since there are many times in life when one must wait
for someone something sometime, when waiting it requires patience.
In the certain sense of timelessness, the woman takes a trip down
to her memory lane, thinking she is in a rich silence waiting.
The portrayal shows the art of waiting by playing on journey of
thought. As a lesson we learn from Sleeping Beauty the famous
fairy tale that 'true love takes patience', we wonder will the
woman's waiting be eternal or happy-ending?
in the Orange Orchard
the Valley Series
little girl Pansy enjoys playing an orchardist in an orange orchard
sometimes plays a shepherdess. The cute cartoons take you away
from the busy life of big city to the leisurely life of distant
village far away. The pair of pictures remind you a short moment
of the midst cooler weather, about picnic lunches and green grass
between your toes, long refreshing walks yet charming smells of
orange and grassland beyond the valley.